Travelers Must Prove Claim

Passengers denied boarding due to airline overbooking must prove it if they claim compensation, the Nova Scotia Supreme Court has ruled. The decision came in the case of a Cape Breton family that missed a flight home after overhearing a service agent complain there were too many people trying to board the aircraft: “There is no automatic right to be paid.”

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